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    Calvin Tomkins,Judy Tomkins
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    Grossman Publishers; 1st edition (1974)
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Calvin Tomkins (born 17 December 1925) is an author and art critic for The New Yorker magazine. Tomkins was born in Orange, New Jersey.

Calvin Tomkins (born 17 December 1925) is an author and art critic for The New Yorker magazine. After graduating from Berkshire School, he attended Princeton University and received an undergraduate degree in 1948. He then became a journalist and worked for Radio Free Europe from 1953 to 1957 and for Newsweek from 1957 to 1961.

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by Judy Tomkins and Calvin Tomkins. Book by Calvin Tomkins. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780670529414. Release Date:January 1974.

EAST HAMPTON-When Judy Tomkins set out to photograph Bridgehampton, she knew, little, if anything . Mrs. Tomkins stopped shooting and started investigating. She soon discovered that more than half the year round population of Bridgehampton was black.

EAST HAMPTON-When Judy Tomkins set out to photograph Bridgehampton, she knew, little, if anything, about the farming community that lies between Southampton and East Hampton on Long Island's South Fork. I had never lived there, she said. Just passed through on the way somewhere else. But I adored it, the way the potato fields run right down to the water. As the least publicized of the Hamptons, it seemed ideal for the photo essay I had in mind. It was a very exciting thing I'd hit upon, she said.

ISBN 10: 0670529419 ISBN 13: 9780670529414. Publisher: Penguin Books, 1974.

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With Judy Tomkins, he wrote The Other Hampton (New York . Tomkins' books and back issues of The New Yorker can be found in the Museum Library.

With Judy Tomkins, he wrote The Other Hampton (New York: Viking-Grossman, 1974) and with Dodie Kazanjian, Alex: The Life of Alexander Liberman (New York: Knopf, 1993). In 2001, Tomkins contributed an original essay on R. Buckminster Fuller to Buckminster Fuller: Anthology for the New Millennium, Thomas . Zung e. (New York: St. Martin's Press, 2001).

Tomkins, Calvin (1951). Intermission : a novel. New York: Viking Press. With co-author Judy Tomkins, The Other Hampton (New York: Viking-Grossman, 1974). The Scene: Reports on Post-Modern Art (Viking Press, 1976) ISBN 0-670-62035-1. Off the Wall : A Portrait of Robert Rauschenberg (1980).

The Other Hampton: Photographs by Judy Tomkins / Text by Calvin Tomkins. Grossman Publishers, New York, 1974. ISBN # 0670529400. Bridgehampton, as the name implies, is a town in between. It lies about midway between Southampton and East Hampton, two of the wealthiest and most fashionable beach resorts on the Atlantic seaboard, but until recently Bridgehampton attracted few of the wealthy or the fashionable. It has retained and still retains, clings to, its 300-year-old traditions as a farm town, although more and more of the potato fields are passing into the hands of real estate investors.....Bridgehampton also differs from its more elegant neighbors in that more than half its year-round residents are black...."In the spring of 1971, Judy Tomkins began photographing some of the black people in Bridgehampton. What she had in mind were portraits - portraits of individual men and women and children, in their homes, or, as it so often turned out, on their front porches.